WASHINGTON, DC–Almost a year after the War of January 6th to the date, US Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has issued a statement that she was “nearly murdered” in the nearby insurrection in the central Asian country of Kazakhstan.
“I heard the people shouting. They were coming after me. They were going to kill me,” Ocasio-Cortez said of the Central Asian insurrectionists, holding back tears.
Ocasio-Cortez hid in her apartment bathroom all day as there was a partial collapse of state power, the take-over and partial destruction of key government buildings and overall, and most importantly, the failure of the Kazakhstani government to react and engage in a meaningful dialogue with the protesters.
Ocasio-Cortez said that the Kasakhstani insurrectionists were trying to kill her because, “they couldn’t date me.”
Widespread protests in Kazakhstan are exceedingly rare, yet images and news of such demonstrations and attacks on government symbols come from all parts of the country and are not limited to the southwest where the initial protest started on January 2.
Others have cast doubt on AOC’s portrayal.
“She was vacationing in Florida. There’s no way that she was in any danger,” Political analyst Sam Eagle said.